Just like a font character, these tables are the result of repeated, careful reworking of the negative and the positive. Each line, each radius, each surface was examined again and again in terms of its proportion and form. This type of work is not based on any particular system. The only deciding factor is my subjective eye, my intuition. The first designs of DIANA were fairly complicated - some of the early versions even have a swivel mechanism for rotating part of the table top. The more I worked on the project the more I understood that even a few simple folds were sufficient to create a beautifully three-dimensional form.

A limited edition of two-coloured DIANA tables (type A & B) was made for German art magazine Monopol.

Project assistant: Stefan Diez (KGID)
Produced by: ClassiCon